Review: TF Bitcoin and Related Sites

Is TF Bitcoin faucet legit or a scam?

A few weeks back I was promoting and claiming from a site name TF Bitcoin. It had similar sites for Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple and Dogecoin. The claiming is easy, and payout is seemingly high, so I was excited about them. Despite the red flags, I gave them the benefit of the doubt.

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Coin-Farm.net Review: Legit or Scam?

The premise is simple: you buy birds for silver, they lay eggs, you sell the eggs for more silver – then withdraw in cash or bitcoin (or buy more birds to increase profits).

The eggs will just keep gathering while you are offline, so you can just login and sell whenever you feel like it, but there is a daily bonus on a 24 hour cooldown that you definitely need in the beginning.

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Cointiply Review

What is cointiply? Is it a legit site or a scam? Well, it’s my Favorite all-around bitcoin site, so this review will be very biased and more of a fluff piece. Hopefully you will see why I highly recommend it! It works very well on mobile also, which is always a plus! But if you’re gonna make money with faucets and similar activities, you want to do a lot of it on a computer!

Faucet

Cointiply is a multifaceted bitcoin site, with a premium faucet as its main draw. And the faucet is indeed really good, with a minimum pay of 22 satoshi every 60 min (+51 if you roll a prime number). Get over 100 000 satoshi on a jackpot roll (see table below). On top of that you add a 1% loyalty bonus for every consecutive day you make at least one claim, up to 100%! If you do enough offers, you can get an even higher multiplier! Free sign up and no deposit needed to boost this bonus.

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Review: Is My Solid Coin Legit or a Scam?

Ah yes, My Solid Coin, “the most paying faucet EVER”. Certainly an enticing page. It looks great, feels professional, and it’s easy to use.

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